Stop worrying about the quality of your work

05/23/2013 | Brazen Careerist

People don't care how great your work is; they only care about how much better you can make their work, Ben Drake writes. Whenever you're talking about yourself in an interview or asking for feedback, shift the focus to what you can do for others. "[I]n the end, only your mom really cares about how good you are. Everyone else cares about what you can do for them," he writes.

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